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Kelvin Borges stands in front of International Paper sign

Jul 15, 2021

Not Your Average Summer: Utilizing Data to Promote Sustainability

Kelvin Borges, a sophomore dual majoring in paper science and engineering and chemical engineering, is completing a super co-op as a process engineer at International Paper's mill in Cayuga, Indiana. 

Jul 14, 2021

Not Your Average Summer: Optimizing Paper Mill Processes

As an industrial sales intern for the paper division of Nalco Water, Brianna Ochoa is working at the Savannah River Mill in Georgia to optimize the performance of paper machines. 

golfers on course

Jun 22, 2021

Teeing Off for a Good Cause: Annual Fundraiser Supports Student Scholarships

The College of Natural Resources' Second Annual Golf Tournament raised $7,000 for scholarship funds for PGA Golf Management and Paper Science and Engineering students. 

Five Questions with Research and Development Engineer Trevor Treasure, College of Natural Resources, Trevor Treasure, feature

Jun 14, 2021

Five Questions with Research and Development Engineer Trevor Treasure

Treasure, who graduated in 2014 with Ph.D.s in forest biomaterials chemical engineering, is now a principle research and development engineer at Eastman Chemical Company. 

Aldo De Leon - Graduation to Vocation: Engineering Paper Mill Processes - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

May 17, 2021

Graduation to Vocation: Engineering Paper Mill Processes

Aldo De Leon Resendiz graduated in May 2021 with degrees in paper science and engineering and chemical engineering. De Leon will work for International Paper as a REACH (Recruit, Engage, Align College Hires) engineer. 

Endowment Honors Legacy of Professor Adrianna Kirkman

May 5, 2021

Endowment Honors Legacy of Professor Adrianna Kirkman

The endowment will provide merit-based scholarships for undergraduate students pursuing a degree in paper science and engineering who have demonstrated interest in equality, diversity or social justice for women. 

Graduation to Vocation: Improving Paper Quality and Reducing Environmental Impact, College of Natural Resources, Devin Wyatt, feature

Apr 26, 2021

Graduation to Vocation: Improving Paper Quality and Reducing Environmental Impact

Following graduation, Devin Wyatt will work as a field service engineer for Enzymatic Deinking Technologies. 

Photograph of Devin - Goodnight Spotlight: Devin Wyatt - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Apr 14, 2021

Goodnight Spotlight: Devin Wyatt

Wyatt ’21 is preparing to graduate from NC State with a degree in paper science engineering — a field that makes her, as she describes, “a process engineer with a decent understanding of business administration that really likes the smell of sulfur in the morning.” 

Jennifer Piercy and Cindy Hendren - NC State's Women Leaders in Pulp and Paper - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Mar 18, 2021

NC State’s Women Leaders in Pulp and Paper

Cindy Hendren and Jennifer Piercy talk about their leadership roles in NC State's Pulp and Paper Advisory Board. 

The Talley tower - Exploring the Diversity-Innovation Link in the Pulp and Paper Industry - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Jan 13, 2021

Exploring the Diversity-Innovation Link in the Pulp and Paper Industry

A new study uncovered differences in diversity trends that researchers say could be important to a company’s ability to innovate.